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Will People Give Cholesterol Drug Vytorin A Second Chance?

Will People Give Cholesterol Drug Vytorin A Second Chance?

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(Best Syndication News) For a trip down memory lane visit Organizedwisdom.com. You'll be told that despite osteoarthritis, Olympic gold medalist Dorothy Hamill skates "five days a week for up to three hours," thanks to Vioxx--and can even "continue touring with the show Champions on Ice!"

"Take Vioxx exactly as directed by your doctor," adds the site and "It was withdrawn from the U.S. market in 2004."

For another health redux visit modelinia.com where you'll be told super model Lauren Hutton was "the first television advocate for Hormone Replacement Therapy, the postmenopausal preventive treatment for osteoporosis, heart disease, colon cancer, and Alzheimer's."

Why not just leave Afghanistan?

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(Best Syndication News) The worldly experiences of our Presidents and vise Presidents should give us pause to think. I paraphrase them here. After World War I, President Woodrow Wilson said that every man, woman and child should know by now that the “seeds of war” are rivalries of super powerful people for a better competitive positions on the world stage. After World War II President Eisenhower warned us against a sinister bunch of people who were out to siphon our wealth. He called them the “military industrial complex”.

We can only hope these people have lasting problems keeping us ignorant and the transparency awarded to us by computers continues. Key words and Google allow us to retrieve most of their important speeches and You Tube even has pictures of key people making speeches.

Will You Sacrifice Freedom for Free Health Care

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(Best Syndication News) I was contemplating a critique on the plans of President Obama to rescue the “Health Care System”, but as I began writing the words seemed eerily familiar.

I discovered that nothing I wanted to say was significantly different from or an improvement upon what I wrote here. I am, however, obviously distraught that the president did not read my effort to help him restore sanity to the delivery of medical services.

Discussions of new plans of the government to control medical practice are accomplishing little more than herding the general public into a belief that the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses can only be secured by a system of bureaucrats (either from the insurance industry or government) that will assure proper funding for the examinations they consider to be necessary according to flow charts pieced together in their many offices. The very concept is sheer lunacy, but we have no one to blame but ourselves for this absurd reality.

President Obama Outlines Health Insurance Reform Plan

President Obama Outlines Health Insurance Reform Plan

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(Best Syndication News) If you’re like most Americans, there’s nothing more important to you about health care than peace of mind.

Given the status quo, that’s understandable. The current system often denies insurance due to pre-existing conditions, charges steep out-of-pocket fees – and sometimes isn’t there at all if you become seriously ill.

It’s time to fix our unsustainable insurance system and create a new foundation for health care security.

That means guaranteeing your health care security and stability with eight basic consumer protections:

Our Liberty is based on Our Work

Our Liberty is based on Our Work

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(Best Syndication News) The sad fact about the American economy is that we are sitting amongst a huge store of resources with the greatest access to human capital in the world, but we are letting a handful of corporate and global oligarchs make us believe we are powerless to convert those resources with the human capital to the provisions for our personal benefit.

Has the mismanagement of America's political and corporate leaders diminished the land or its ability to produce? Have they taken away our talent, or physical gifts to work or produce? Are we, as people with brains and physical ability, dependent upon executives, politicians, and bureaucrats for definition in our lives?

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